Inateck KT5002 Superspeed 7 Ports PCI-E to USB 3.0 Expansion Card - 5 USB 3.0 Ports and 2 Rear USB 3.0 Ports Express Card Desktop with 15 Pin SATA Power Connector, Including Two Power Cables
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- SuperSpeed USB 3.0 supports transfer rates of up to 5Gbps - The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected.
- 7 Ports USB 3.0 downstream ports for standard desktop PCs; Support Hot Plug, Plug & Play; Support LPM, Low Energy Consumption.
- Operating System Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7,Windows 8 and Window 10(32/64-bit); Backwards Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 devices.
- With quick installation, this USB 3.0 PCI express Card offers a simple solution for your standard desktop PC. Enjoy copying videos, music, photos, data files at blazing fast speeds.
- Notice: 1. It is necessary to connect the card to power supply of the PC. 2. For Windows XP/Vista Users, due to OS limitations, the real speed will be located between the level of USB 2.0 and 3.0
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Due to frequently updated drivers, please download the latest version on our Inateck official website to enhance your using experience. Attention 1.) If your PC's power supply unit only has free 4pin Molex plugs left, please use the enclosed 4pin Molex to SATA converter to power the card; Please make sure the power cable strand colours match each other when connecting to the power augmentation, as to avoid faulty currents. 2.) If there is no free 15pin SATA plug available in your PC, please use the enclosed 15pin to 2x 15pin SATA Y-cable. Features - PCI Express Expansion Card with 7 USB 3.0 Ports: With quick and easy installation, this PCI Express card expands your PC by Seven high-speed USB3.0 interfaces,? offers a simple solution for connecting to USB 3.0 devices from your standard desktop PC - Support UASP: 70% Faster than traditional USB 3.0, with UASP Transfer Protocol; The UASP Transfer Protocol only can accelerate read and write speed of SSD hard disk. Supported Operating Systems Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (with included drivers) Windows 8&Window 10 - No additional drivers are needed for Win8&Win10, it has built-in support for the FL1100 chipset
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I came up with the following work around;
Go to Start, Control Panel, Device Manager, then select Universal Serial Bus controllers
Select the (Logitech Unifying USB) item with the (yellow triangle error notice) and double click to open it.
Select (Driver) tab, (Update Driver), (Browse my computer for driver), select (Let me pick from a list) and finally select (USB Composite Device) and then okay.
The product now works
Once I got the driver to work the card operated without incident. Tested it with my fastest USB 3.0 device, a SSD with a USB 3 adapter (see results in photo). Its speed was limited by the SSD to 188mb/s.
Supplies a decent amount of current but not enough to charge my phone at full amperage. The maximum current it could provide was 0.71amps and that dropped the voltage from 5.00v to 4.68v. Even at that low voltage I was able to transfer files to and from the computer.
In order to use the two internal USB ports on the card as front USB ports, I bought this: Amebay 5.25 Inch Front Panel USB Hub with 2 USB 3.0 Ports 20 Pin Connector & 2ft Adapter Cable, and this: uxcell® 27cm Blue USB 3.0 A Male to Male 19 Pin Header Slot Adapter Cable, BUT you can skip the cable if you get the card with the internal 20-pin connector instead: Inateck PCI-E to USB 3.0 5-Port PCI Express Card and 15-Pin Power Connector, Mini PCI-E USB 3.0 Hub Controller Adapter, with Internal USB 3.0 20-PIN Connector - Expand Another Two USB 3.0 Ports
However, I had been hesitant to try this board in a Linux machine due to one or two bad reviews (on another site) from over a year ago.
I am very happy to report that they do work on Linux, however, and I have added one of these boards to to two machines which already have working "native" USB3 headers and ports on the motherboard (they give extra ports).
The speed is a little slower than the ports on the MBs, but it is still far faster than the USB2.x ports in any case, and I use them primarily for printers, scanners, etc. - things where the speed is not nearly as critical (i.e. things which originally expected to connect to a USB2.0 port).
So far I have seen no problems with any of them, and I am using the headers on 3 of them to connect to ports on the front of the machine.
I am happy with these, and I would recommend them (and have already done so) to professional colleagues, family, and friends.